Kendall Jenner Rocks the Clear-Sandal Trend During NYFW

After kicking off New York Fashion Week on Wednesday at 1 Oak nightclub with supermodel pals Gigi and Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner was spotted hitting the streets of the Big Apple in a head-turning look complete with clear sandals Thursday afternoon.

The reality star-slash-supermodel was photographed by fans as she headed to her car sporting a clingy nude sheer button-up top paired with black denim cut-off shorts featuring frayed edges and Yeezy Season 7 transparent PVC sandals.

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Kendall Jenner wearing clear Yeezy Season 7 clear PVC sandals during New York Fashion Week.
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The trendy $840 style, designed by brother-in-law Kanye West, comes with an adjustable ankle strap and a 4-inch Plexiglas block heel. The 22-year-old cover girl further accessorized her sleek street-style ensemble by adding a mini black shoulder bag and eye-catching earrings.

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A closer look at Kendall Jenner’s Yeezy Season 7 transparent PVC ankle-strap sandals.
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The night before, following the Tom Ford spring ’19 show, Jenner rocked a rock ‘n’ roll-inspired outfit that included a pair of loud red jaguar print flared trousers from the American designer and a black ZZ Top band tee with the same bag and black square-toe booties.

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Kendall Jenner wearing red jaguar print Tom Ford pants in New York on Wednesday night.
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